Buhari rules out second term for Lamorde

President Muhammadu Buhari may have ruled out a second term for the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mr. Ibrahim Lamorde, The PUNCH has learnt.

Ministerial list: Kaduna astir over Amina Mohammed’s nomination

THE Kaduna State polity is astir following President Muhammadu Buhari’s listing of Mrs Amina Mohammed as the ministerial nominee from the state. She is said to be from Gombe by birth but her husband is from Kaduna State The post Ministerial list: Kaduna astir over Amina Mohammed’s nomination appeared first

A’Court grants speedy hearing of Saraki’s case

The Court of Appeal, Abuja Division, on Thursday granted an accelerated hearing of the appeal filed by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to challenge the jurisdiction of the Code of Conduct Tribunal to entertain the charges of false assets declaration preferred against him by the Code of Conduct Bureau. The

Rivers gov poll: PDP opens defence, tenders 21,827 exhibits

In its bid to defend the election of Governor Nyesom Wike, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, yesterday, tendered a total of 21,827 documents before the Rivers State Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal, sitting in Abuja. The post Rivers gov poll: PDP opens defence, tenders 21,827 exhibits appeared first on Vanguard News.


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99 Nigerians died, 215 missing in Mecca tragedy – NAHCON

The National Hajj Commission of Nigeria has confirmed that 99 Nigerian pilgrims died, 42 injured and 214 others missing in the September 24 stampede in Mina, Saudi Arabia. The confirmation came as a road traffic expert, Alhaji Babatunde Adewumi, suggested that NAHCON should engage the services of trained and qualified

Ebola Scare Hits Nigeria Again, 1 Dead, 10 Quarantined In Nigerian City Of Calabar

An Ebola scare has been reported in southern Nigeria, a year after the country was declared free of the virus, with a man reportedly dead shortly after being admitted to hospital in Calabar, Cross Rivers State. At least 10 people have been quarantined at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital,

Ministerial list: Labour Party knocks Buhari for excluding youths

The Labour Party has said that President Buhari owes Nigerian youths an explanation over the persons he nominated as ministers. It said that the average age in the announced list and even in the appointments the President had made so far was 61 years.

Akwa Ibom to revisit contributory pension scheme

The Akwa Ibom State Governor, Mr. Udom Emmanuel, has said his administration is planning to review the existing pension laws with a view to putting in place an efficient framework for the smooth implementation of the Contributory Pension Scheme.

Senate sets stringent conditions for ministerial nominees

AHEAD of Tuesday’s commencement of screening, Senate, yesterday, raised hurdles that ministerial nominees must scale to be cleared for appointment. The Senate, which said that the screening will be guided by the 1999 Constitution and the Senate Standing Orders 2015, as Amended, directed all nominees to submit 115 copies of

Okowa commissions N400m rice mill

DELTA Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, of Delta State, has commissioned a multi-million naira rice mill owned by Raymond Guanah Farms Limited, threatening to revoke all undeveloped plots of land at the Asaba industrial estate. The post Okowa commissions N400m rice mill appeared first on Vanguard News.

Nigerians, Africans confident of tomorrow, survey

The emerging affluent consumers in Nigeria and the rest of Africa are confident about their market’s growth prospects, typified by high expectations in income rise, achievement of long term wealth goal and defined spending plans, according to a survey by Standard Bank. The survey which targeted 7,000 emerging affluent consumers

Cannes… after the storm

The taxi driver conveying me to the Palais de festivals where the internationally-acclaimed TV content market MIPCOM was taking place described it as “the apocalypse”. The second taxi driver taking me back to the hotel later on the same day gave me a guided tour of the city to show

LASG to light up Berger-Island road, 67 villages

The Lagos State Government says 67 villages, which have been in darkness for about 35 years in the Lekki area, will be electrified by December, 2015. The government added that it would light up the expressway from Berger to the Lagos Island, and from Ikorodu to the Lagos Island during

Nigeria to raise N80 bln in 2020, 2024 bonds

Nigeria plans to issue N80 billion ($400 million) worth of local currency denominated bond with maturities ranging between 5-year and 10-year on Oct 14, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said on Wednesday. The debt office said it will issue N40 billion each in the debt maturing in 2020 and 2024

Dignity in mental health

Tomorrow, 10th of October is World Mental Day 2015 and truth is that one in four adults in Nigeria will experience mental health difficulties in his life time. Over 450 million people globally experience mental disorder each year. (W.

Jurgen Klopp Hired As Liverpool Manager

Liverpool have announced the signing of Jurgen Klopp as the new manager of the Anfield outfit. Liverpool fired Brendan Rodgers on Saturday following a series of poor performances and Klopp was identified as the next candidate for the post of manager at Anfiedl.

SHOCKER! Barcelona Star, Lionel Messi Faces 22-Month Jail Term Over £3.1m Fraud

Barcelona and Argentina superstar, Lionel Messi is presently facing tax evasion charges and is likely to stand trial alongside his father. The judge in charge of the case in Spain, reportedly rejected the request by prosecutors to drop the charges against the striker and his father Jorge, who are accused

Here are the new changes Sony wants to make by 2016

Among all the mobile tech brands out there, only a few of them are turning in profit. It was on show during the last quarterly financial reports. We saw the likes of Blackberry, Lenovo, Sony, HTC, Microsoft and others more, bleed money.